IT may come as a shock to readers that between 1999 and 2009 gas prices have risen 87.5% and electricity 63.1% (Living Costs and Food Survey – ONS).
According to the Financial Times, by this time next year the average household will be living in fuel poverty, a term used to describe when in excess of ten per cent of your income is spent on heating.
There’s plenty of energy saving tips available, but one of the biggest ways to reduce your heating bills is by installing quality windows and doors.
According to the Energy Saving Trust, up to 50% of heat is lost through poor glazing.
The myths behind the industry have been put to bed and consumers are now realising that if they want to save money, investing in new glazing is an appropriate choice.
Northern Scotland Joinery, forefront installers of quality home improvements throughout Scotland are focusing on this by offering Grade A windows and doors – the most energy efficient – with a buy now pay later offer combined with a 0% interest rate.
The company, which has just opened a brand new showroom at 44 to 46 Brechin Road, Forfar, takes no deposit or payment until the work is complete.
Established for close to a decade, they also offer a ten year insurance backed guarantee on any work undertaken!
Northern Scotland Joinery specialises in maintenance free products and has expanded throughout Scotland after a surge in demand from homeowners wishing to add value to their home.
“Many homeowners are not willing to part with their home for a reduced price during the economic downturn and so have opted to increase its value instead by adding to it,” said managing director Jamie Haston.
For a no obligation free quotation and information on the exclusive offer, telephone 01307 468 539 today or visit www.NorthernScotlandJoinery.co.uk
Northern Scotland Joinery in Forfar will be open from 10 am to 3 pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week (December 28, 29 and 30).